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 Remote Desktop TCP or UDP? Port #?

Dear all,

Remote desktop use TCP or UDP?
What the port it use? Can I change the port #?
If my computer is behind a Windows2000 Server NAT, Can I remote control my
computer via Internet?
Can I share than one computers' desktop, that behind Windows2000 Server NAT?

Sorry for my poor English and many questions.

Thanks!

--
Samson Fu



 Sun, 30 May 2004 11:18:56 GMT   
 Remote Desktop TCP or UDP? Port #?

TCP, 3389.

The port number can be changed at the RD Host, but:

The executable client can be used with changed ports.

The /tsweb ActiveX client cannot be used with changed ports.

There's a KB article about how to change the port at the host, and how to
specify it at the client (servername:port)

The best option for multiple machines behind a nat/router, is to enable VPN
access through that nat/router--then you don't need to worry about mapping
multiple ports, etc.

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 Sun, 30 May 2004 11:30:26 GMT   
 
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